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ni'o la .djeims.kuk.braun. goi ko'a zi'e no'u [[glibau]] ''James Cooke Brown'' glibau pu [[cemske]] je [[skefi'a]] ciska .i ko'a misno mu'i lonu<!-- The novel begins with the belief that the world is on the eve of self-destruction, but then it presents ko'a fintiworld leabout runbaua po'ucentury lafrom [[loglan]]now poiwhich seis krasia laparadise [[lojban]]of peace and prosperity, all based on ideas, movements, and knowledge presently available in the world.i je'aIn go'iits lonumetafictional structure, the novel is ko'a finticall lefor nunselkeisocial po'uchange, la'onot gythrough Careersrevolution gybut through free education and the resilience of human ingenuity.
 
ni'o le ko'a selci'a po'u la'o gy ''The Troika Incident'' gy cu skicu lo za'i ro lo se djuno cu zifre se djuno sepi'o lo terdi ve djuno poi simsa lo [[kibro]]
 
<!-- The novel begins with the belief that the world is on the eve of self-destruction, but then it presents a world about a century from now which is a paradise of peace and prosperity, all based on ideas, movements, and knowledge presently available in the world. In its metafictional structure, the novel is a call for social change, not through revolution but through free education and the resilience of human ingenuity.
 
Among his other achievements, Brown designed, and had built, a three-hulled sailboat, called a trimaran. He utilized this boat to sail to many parts of the world.
While on a South American cruise with his wife, Brown was admitted to a hospital in Argentina, where he died at the age of 78.[1]
 
-->lonu ko'a finti le runbau po'u la [[loglan]] poi se krasi la [[lojban]] .i je'a go'i lonu ko'a finti le nunselkei po'u la'o gy Careers gy {{nagendra}}
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ni'o le ko'a selci'a po'u la'o gy ''The Troika Incident'' gy cu skicu lo za'i ro lo se djuno cu zifre se djuno sepi'o lo terdi ve djuno poi simsa lo [[kibro]]
 
 
 
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